English Norwegian Joke Book

English Norwegian Joke Book coverSTOP PRESS: The book is now available WITH AUDIO FOR IPADSThe English Norwegian Joke Book 1 is an excellent way for Norwegian people to practise their English – and for foreigners who are trying to learn Norwegian. Great jokes like:
Lærer: Hvor bor Gud?
Liten gutt: Jeg tror han bor på badet vårt.
Lærer: Hvorfor sier du det?
Liten gutt: Vel, hver morgen banker faren min på døren og sier: «Herregud, er du fremdeles der inne?»

or this classic

En grunnskolelærerinne satt på bussen, hun var ganske sikker på at hun gjenkjente mannen på motsatt side. «Unnskyld meg,» sa hun, « men er ikke du faren til et av mine barn?»

I first learnt German by telling jokes to people in my awful German. But I quickly progressed and now I’m pretty fluent – and know lots of great jokes as well. When you’re trying to improve your skills in a foreign language, reading is one of the best ways – and reading jokes is probably the best of all. The best way to use this book is to treat it like a swimming pool on a warm day. Dip in now and again and it’s a very pleasant experience. If you stay in too long you won’t enjoy it as much. Here are 10 ways that you can benefit from downloading The English Norwegian Joke Book.

  1. It improves your reading skills.
  2. It improves your spelling – and your writing.
  3. It will give you some interesting new vocabulary.
  4. Jokes are short – and you will be rewarded with a laugh (or a groan).
  5. Jokes are memorable – so you can tell your friends the jokes later.
  6. If you’re a teacher, you can entertain your students.
  7. If you’re a student, you can entertain your teachers.
  8. It’s available in a wide variety of formats
  9. It’s available from a wide variety of suppliers so you can choose.
  10. It is a GREAT way to improve your English – or Norwegian.
You can get the book from the following suppliers:

Apple itunes in  US   UK   AU   CA   DE   FR   IT   ES   SE   NO   DK

Sony        Barnes and Noble     Kobo Books

And there is now an English Norwegian Joke Book II

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